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I just tried a pair of HUD goggles, made for skiing, and I have to say that they made the experience even nicer than usual. Not only did the lenses keep the wind out of my eyes and cleaned up the lighting, but it was really nice to he able to see me speed and altitude. If you deal with wind, uneven terrain, and long empty spaces, I'd really recommend them.

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Brand/model, please?  This interests me.  Been looking at HUD solutions for helmets, but those require a visor and I've hesitated to buy as I usually wear an MTB full-face helmet without visor.

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